Banana crops have been affected by a disease known as black sigatoka. There are still few studies that consider the spatial distribution and dynamics involved in the dispersion process, as well as monitoring systems that incorporate such information. In this context, the geospatial tools are promising, especially when integrated to geographic information systems with the capacity to incorporate dynamic data, from different sources, allowing real-time monitoring systems. Thus, this ongoing paper proposes the implementation of a system of monitoring and alerting for black sigatoka with the characteristics mentioned, using TerraMA 2 platform.
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